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Screen capture from Multiple Sidosis

Identifier:

  • M82773 (Source: UCLA Film & Television Archive)

Date produced: 1970

Filmmaker(s):

Sidney N. Laverents

Languages:

English

Length:

10 minutes

Format:

16mm

Colour:

Colour

Sound Notes:

Magnetic

Awards/Recognition:

PSA Ten Best 1970, PSA Golden Microphone Award 1970
National Film Registry (U.S.), 2000
UCLA Film & Television Archive list of titled amateur films

Description:

"Multiple Sidosis by Sidney N. Laverentz a PSA member of National City, California. Sid's title is a mind-boggler surpassed only by the unbelievable single frame multi-image exposures, all in synchronization, that is reminiscent of his winner of a few years ago, "One Man Band." This 10-minute 16mm film won for him a Ten Best medal and the Golden Microphone Award, the new title for the past Sound Award" PSA Journal, Nov. 1970, 38.

Resources:

This film is a part of the Sid Laverents Collection held by the UCLA Film & Television Archive.

The Smithsonian Magazine writes of Laverents and Multiple Sidosis which was shown on Turner Classic Movies in 2017.

Locations:

  • National City, California (Filming)

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Repository:

Sid Laverents Collection, UCLA Film & Television Archive

Screenings:

  • Thursday August 7, 2008 at UCLA for Laverents 100th Birthday, Los Angeles, CA
  • Sunday, February 28, 2010 as part of "Celebrating Amateur Film" at UC Berkeley , Berkeley, CA
  • Friday October 1, 2010, at Northwestern University's Block Cinema, Chicago, IL
  • February 23, 2017, at the Wexner Center for the Arts for “Saving ‘Orphan’ Films", a screening of films preserved by the NFPF, Columbus, OH

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